The Style Issue
And as the sun forced its way through the blue skies seemingly washed pale blue as a result of the torrential downpour 24 hours prior, a dapper-looking Senator Matthew Samuda, suited in Calvin Klein, turned and flashed a wide smile as his bride-to-be, Natalie Chin, Jamaica Observer deputy managing director, commenced her walk up the aisle.
The intimate affair witnessed by family, close friends, and a sprinkling of Cabinet ministers led by Prime Minister Andrew Holness and his wife Juliet, took place on Saturday, December 16 in Greenwich, Irish Town.
The bride’s arrival to the strains of the Haley Reinhart’s version of the classic Can’t Help Falling in Love elicited audible expressions of delight as well as tears of joy. Exquisite perfection would be a propos in describing the bride. For her special day Chin, who opted out of traditional white, turned to Keneea Linton George for Keneea Linton Designs who created a pastel arctic blue duchess satin bustier full-circle princess gown that featured a deep V-cut, horse-braided hemline for a structured fall and concealed pockets. A cathedral-length white bridal top veil completed the look.
Reverend Stephen Henry was the wedding officiant.
Page 2 takes you inside the exclusive affair executed with aplomb by the teams led by Shikima Hinds and Jacqui Tyson.
See next week’s Tuesday Style Vows for more highlights.